Posted under: Hugh Jackman, Shane Warne
Get Well Soon
On Monday Broadway actor Christoper Tierney fell 30 feet and was injured in a failed stunt during a performance of the cursed musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. As you may recall, Tierney‘s fall caused quite a bit of drama for the embattled Broadway musical … but, at last, the show will begin performances TONIGHT. Unfortch for Tierney, he won’t be in tonight’s show … in fact, he won’t even been allowed to go home for Xmas … because he’ll be spending the next few days hospitalized in the intensive care unit. More »
The TV Guide
David and I made the brave decision to make our way to The Grove last night so that we could walk around the outdoor shopping center to take in the Xmas decorations, pick up a few last minute things and pretty much just hang out. Fortunately for us, the massive crowds weren’t an issue nor was the, thankfully, dry weather. No, when I was bleeding all over the floor at World Market not 10 minutes into our arrival, I knew it was going to be a special night. More »
Despite the latest injury, The Show Must Go On!
Lindsay claims she is the victim, Michael Lohan makes a beeline for the TV shows
Yesterday we learned that Lindsay Lohan‘s recent after curfew run-in with a Betty Ford staffer allegedly resulted in physical assault, putting Lindsay‘s freedom at risk if the judge overseeing her case determines that she has once again violated the terms of her probation. Today we get to hear from the Betty Ford staffer that alleges the assault (plus we get to see her alleged injuries) in an interview she gave to TMZ … an interview that resulted in her termination from the Betty Ford Center. More »
Photos and Video of the latest injury from 'Turn Off the Dark'
Last night we learned the shocking yet not altogether surprising news that an actor fell 30 feet and was injured during Monday night’s Broadway performance of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. As you may know, last night’s injury was the 4th of the show’s run … and the show hasn’t even officially opened yet. Today, photos and video footage of the failed stunt have come to light, making it seem more likely that the embattled musical production is just doomed to fail. More »
Who Hit Who?
Yesterday we learned the disheartening news that Lindsay Lohan reportedly threw a party where alcohol was served with a bunch of fellow rehabbers while in a Betty Ford Center Sober Living facility last week. Additionally, Lindsay reportedly visited a bar on the night of this party. Today TMZ is reporting that a female staffer at Betty Ford is alleging that L. Lo assaulted her after she returned from that bar … and she wants to move forward with charges. More »
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Horror and Concern after an actor plunges 20 feet to the ground
Last Friday it was announced that the embattled Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark was pushing back (again) its official opening date to February 7, 2011 so that they could hammer out their on-going technical difficulties and today we learn more troubling news about the show. During tonight’s performance of the show, an actor fell 20 feet to the ground after the cable he was attached to either broke or became detached. The show had to be ended early so that emergency medical technicians could be brought in to treat the injured actor. More »
Green Thumb, Black & Blue Eye
Yesterday we saw photos of Hugh Jackman running out to pick up a couple cases of bottled beer for a BBQ that he was having back home down under in Australia. Today we get to see new photos of Hugh running an errand of a different sort the following day. Apparently, Hugh Jackman as taken up … gardening. More »
Posted under: Hugh Jackman
... and he almost loses an eye!
Last week we got to see some of the first photos of Oprah Winfrey‘s first visit to Australia ahead of a series of special episodes of The Oprah Winfrey Show which are being taped there this week. Today’s show, which was taped yesterday in Oz, featured a guest appearance by famous Aussie Hugh Jackman. He thought it would be neat to drop in on Oprah by way of zip line … and he almost lost an eye in the process. Here are a few photos and the gory deets of his ill-fated stunt:
As far as entrances go, it was certainly a painful one. Action man Hugh Jackman was left with a bad cut under his eye after sliding down a cable from the top of the Sydney Opera House towards a giant outdoor stage where Oprah Winfrey was recording the second of her Australian shows. But the 42-year-old actor failed to stop, crashing into the stage’s light rigging and hurting his face. After being lowered from the 100-yard zip wire, paramedics rushed onto the stage to tend to him, with all the drama being captured live on television. One of the medics even gave him a hug as host Oprah rushed over, suspending her show while the X-Men star was treated. ‘I’m not 100 per cent, actually,’ he said as he struggled to free himself from the harness while dangling 30ft in the air. ‘I’ve hurt my eye – it’s not bad. I’m really sorry about this.’ As blood began to run down his cheek from a bad cut below his right eye, Oprah hurried across to him and called for aid. ‘Let’s take a break and get some ice,’ she said. No less than six paramedics took Jackman off the stage as he held a towel to his face.
D’oh! I mean … talk about embarrassing stunts. Poor Hugh. It’s bad enough that he had to injure himself on camera but to do so on one of the planet’s most popular talk shows which is getting even more attention due to the special nature of being taped in Australia … poor Hugh. Well, the embarrassment doesn’t end with mere photos. After the jump, check out video of Hugh‘s exciting yet painful stunt … More »